Endangered U.S. native species, endemic to just two counties in Georgia.I've tried growing it from seed on several occasions, but have never had them survive more than a year.
We're just trying this plant for the first time this year; it
hasn't found a permanent place in our gardens yet.
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- Seed from HPS/MAG '08/'09 exchange. Sandpapered, Baggy 75F (53%G, 8-16d)
- Same seed as above. Sandpapered, baggy 75F (17%G, 17-21d)
- Seed from NARGS '21/'22 exchange. Sandpapered, baggy 70F (42%G, 10-22d)
Lower long-term viability than I'm used to for baptisias.
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February 22, 2022